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Rory Block plays guitar
Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association

TKMA began as a group of friends gathering regularly on Friday nights for potlucks and jammin' in the kitchen. Over the years, TKMA has grown into a non-profit organization of more than 300 members

TKMA was established to further public awareness and interest in acoustic music and other folk arts by promoting and producing the annual Tucson Folk Festival, where folk musicians can share their talent with the greater Tucson community. The Tucson Folk Festival represents the culmination of Folk Music Week as proclaimed by the mayor of Tucson.


TKMA Meetings
2nd Tuesday Of Each Month
6 – 7:45 pm
Woods Library
3455 N. 1st Ave.
Large Conf. Rm.

The following events raise funds that help keep the Folk Festival free

PHOTOGRAPHER MARILYN STRINGER documents TKMA events, including the annual Tucson Folk Festival. See her photos at her gallery website:
Marilyn Stringer's gallery



TKMA logo created by Brenda Semanick

Banner photograph (Rory Block) by Stephen Martin

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